Savory Cloves

Savory Cloves
8x8 oil on linen

Something so small enhances an entire meal, and proves once again that mass is irrelevant in most areas of life. There is indeed value in the seemingly insignificant garlic clove.


Edward B. Gordon said...

this is wonderful, without words, the triumph of painting, thats what its all about, bravo!!!

Rebecca Finch said...

Edward, thank you - this painting was so much fun, I felt energized and thrilled before, during, and upon completion.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Rebecca, I like your work a lot and this painting especially. Wonderful colors and very good brushwork. It looks so easily painted . Cheers...Nue

Edward B. Gordon said...

yes one can see that ! and thank you for your comment

Leslie Pease said...

This piece is nicely done. Hoping to see some new work soon. Love your style.

BTW... tag! You're it. (see my Blog for details!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

this is boffo! as a teacher of mine would say.
Love it!

Karen Mathison Schmidt said...

Hi Rebecca,
I found your blog when Leslie Pease tagged you. All your paintings are absolutely beautiful - and I love the statement this one makes! As an artist who also loves to cook, I can say that it's really hard to catch me without fresh garlic in the pantry.

I really identify with your statement under About Me in your profile. I, too, believe that being created in His image means that we all have that creative spark, whether or not we choose to nurture it.

I've bookmarked your blog so I can check in often ... I'm looking forward to more paintings!